ABOUT THE BIA
Broadmoor Improvement Association is a non-profit neighborhood organization that serves those who live, work, and play in our community through a coordinated network of anchor institutions, faith-based partners, and businesses. Founded in 1930, the BIA has grown with New Orleans to preserve the diverse culture and voices that form the core of Broadmoor’s identity. We strive to redefine what it means to be a neighborhood association by living the values that bring us together and celebrate our diversity.
“Those of us who live in Broadmoor take justifiable pride in that fact. For ours is a beautiful neighborhood.” - Moon Landrieu
We envision a thriving Broadmoor neighborhood that is known for being racially and economically diverse, welcoming, walkable and safe, in which neighbors eat, play, gather, and grow together while actively participating in the betterment of the community.
Opportunity | Diversity | Community | Transparency | Wellness | Safety | Engagement
First passed in 2010, the Lousiana Legislature designated Broadmoor as a Neighborhood Improvement District. This vote established Broadmoor’s official boundaries defined by:
Eve Street to the north
Washington Avenue and Toledano Street to the east
South Claiborne Avenue to the south
Jefferson Avenue, South Rocheblave Street, Nashville Avenue, and Octavia Street to the west
Our organization is managed by an Executive Director and a Board of Commissioners who are publicly elected. Board members represent three distinct subgroups within Broadmoor, identified as A, B, and C. Since 2010, Broadmoor residents have consistently voted in favor of tax funding that supports our organization’s general operating needs and quality of life programs.
The Broadmoor Board of Commissioners meets from 6:30–8:00 pm on the second Thursday of every month. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for board service information.
Broadmoor Sanitation Information
Broadmoor Sanitation Information can be found here.
HOW WE OPERATE
Broadmoor Parcel Fee
Click here to learn more about how the Broadmoor Improvement Association uses the funding from the Parcel Fee to support our neighborhood.